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Undergraduate Special Education

2015 Summer Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION

Special Education 205

A survey course designed to familiarize students with the psychological, physiological and educational problems which confront persons who are cognitively disabled, gifted, emotionally disturbed, speech impaired, auditorily impaired, visually impaired, orthopedically and neurologically impaired.


3 Units

CHARACTERISTICS OF CD/EBD/LD

Special Education 325

This course addresses the characteristics of cognitive disabilities, emotional/behavorial disabilities, and learning disabilities. The purpose of the course is to provide an overview of the theoretical and historical issues related to the three most common disabilities. Specific application of theory and history will be applied to all three areas looking at characteristics across the life span. Inter-relationships of the characteristics, needs and implication for practice will be covered.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO INDIVIDUALIZED DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT OF EEN

Special Education 326

A core course providing an overview of educational assessment and diagnosis of those with disabilities. Emphasis is placed upon testing for IEP development, the teaching and implications of the educational evaluation for multidisciplinary team decision making.


3 Units

BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT FOR THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS

Special Education 360

The purpose of this course is to provide general strategies to promote effective behavior management in the inclusive educational environment. Focus will be on theories and practices for facilitating successful integration of children with disabilities in the regular education classroom or public school special education programs.


3 Units

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY

Special Education 376

Study of the medical, physiological, neurological, physical, developmental, and sensory characteristics of persons with physical or medical conditions which impact educational programming. Emphasis on the etiology and implications of genetic, prenatal and acquired causes of disabilities including cerebral palsy, genetic syndromes, medical fragility, technology dependency, AIDS, and perinatal drug exposure. Interdisciplinary approaches to services provided for persons with complex attendance needs are addressed.


3 Units

TRANSITION PROGRAMMING FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Special Education 406

Identification of specific strategies for overcoming attitudinal and technical barriers to vocational mainstreaming of special needs students. Content includes values clarification, vocational assessment, vocational IEP development, and elementary and secondary vocational models in delivering appropriate vocational services to EEN students. Content covers grades K-12.


3 Units

EDUCATIONAL-DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT IN LD, E/BD, CD

Special Education 462

A course to develop advanced diagnostic skills for elementary through secondary mild/moderate disabled (LD, ED, MR) individuals. Particular emphasis is placed upon the assessment of cognitive, academic, developmental and behavioral skills that affect classroom performance. The application of advanced trend analysis and data synthesis techniques for special education placement and program planning is stressed and current issues and trends are discussed.


3 Units

WORKING WITH PARENTS OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN & COMMUNITY AGENCIES

Special Education 466

Provides insight into the adjustment problems of individuals with disabilities in the home and school environments. Particular emphasis upon consultation and supportive skills to aid the person and their parents in dealing with school or agency personnel and programs.


3 Units

ACADEMIC INTERVENTION II

Special Education 487

This course is about writers and writing. We will examine the processes and skills children and adolescents engage in to compose a quality written product. Specifically the difficulties encountered by students with language and learning differences will be reviewed and research providing "best practices" in teaching writing as a tool for literacy development will be emphasized. Students will develop personal philosophies and instructional strategies for teaching the development and fluency aspects of composition.


1-3 Units

SEMINAR - SPECIAL EDUCATION

Special Education 494

Variable topics. Group activity. An advanced course of study in a defined subject matter area emphasizing a small group in intense study with a faculty member. Repeatable. Prereq: Consent of instructor.

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